Can the Bengals make it three wins in a row to close out the season? Let’s examine the final Wednesday injury report of the year.
Tyler Boyd and William Jackson III are both still in the concussion protocol, but Boyd at least was limited in practice on Wednesday while Jackson didn’t practice at all. Boyd missed Sunday’s game against the Texans after suffering his concussion against the Steelers in Week 15. Jackson suffered his concussion during the Texans game when he collided with teammate Jessie Bates III in the second quarter.
Logan Wilson (ankle) and B.J. Finney (abdomen) did not practice after both missed Sunday’s game. Wilson hasn’t practiced since injuring his ankle against the Dallas Cowboys in Week 14. Finney suffered his injury last week during practice. Darius Phillips joined A.J. Green and Mike Daniels with a Wednesday rest day.
Tee Higgins and Jordan Evans were both limited with hamstring injuries. Evans has been dealing with his injury for most of the season while Higgins suffered his back in Week 13 against the Miami Dolphins.
The Ravens are also no where near 100% healthy right now. DE Calais Campbell (calf), CB Marlon Humphrey (knee/shoulder), RB Mark Ingram II (illness), DE Yannick Ngakoue (thigh), CB Jimmy Smith (ribs/shoulder), and WR Willie Snead IV (ankle) all did not practice due to injury. LT Orlando Brown and P Sam Koch had rest days and CB Marcus Peters (calf) was limited.
Many of these guys may end up being ready for Sunday, but having this many players not practicing at any time during the week can’t be great.